Presentation 3 1 1

Unified Field Theory
TOPICS
Introduction History
Conclusion
Modern
process
Experime
nt
iIntroduction :
This unified field theory is introduced by Albert Einstein
Fundamental
Interaction :
forces are not
transmitted
directly between
interacting
objects, but
instead are
described and
interrupted by
intermediary
entities called
fields.
He attempted to unify his general theory of
relativity with electromagnetism. General relativity (GR, also known as
the general theory of relativity or GTR) is
the geometric theory of gravitation published by Albert Einstein in 1915 .
It now broadly denotes the goal of describing all elementary particles and
fundamental forces in terms of a single field
.General relativity :
These equations specify how the geometry of space and time is
influenced by whatever matter and radiation are present, and form the core
of Einstein's general theory of relativity.
. The Einstein field equations are nonlinear and very
difficult to solve
 In line with contemporary thinking, he assumed a static
universe, adding a new parameter to his original field
equations—the cosmological constant
 By 1929, however, the work of Hubble and others had
shown that our universe is expanding
In 1917, Einstein applied his theory to the universe as a
whole, initiating the field of relativistic cosmology.
Now we can calculate either gravitational force or
Electromagnetic force in a particular place at a
particular time
 But in unified field theory says that all forces
should be calculated at the same time and also at
the same place
Electromagnetism :
In 1820 Hans Christian Ørsted discovered that electric
currents exerted forces on magnet . While in 1831, Michael
Faraday made the observation that time-varying magnetic fields could
induce electric currents .
 Until then, electricity and magnetism had been thought of as
unrelated phenomena.
 In 1864, Maxwell published his famous paper on dynamical theory of
the electromagnetic field.
This was the first example of a theory that was able to encompass
previously separate field theories (namely electricity and magnetism)
to provide a unifying theory of electromagnetism
The electromagnetic force is one of the four known fundamental
forces
Experiment :
• As discussed earlier if we are success in calculating different forces in
same place at a time then it can lead to outlandish results like
Time travel
Teleportation
Never ending source of Green Energy
Change the nature of space time
 Based on that theory experiment is conducted under the
guidelines of John von Neumann ,Albert Einstein and
Nikola Tesla.
• This experiment was started at 1943 in PHILADELPHIA and the name
of the experiment is PHILADELPHIA EXPERIMENT
• During the second world war II this experiment is conducted.
• The main aim of this experiment is to make the ship INVISIBLE.
• This is useful to hide the ship from RADAR OF ENEMY SHIPS and LAND
MINES
• Using the NIKOLA TESLA GENERATORS They are placed in ships
.These generators placed in the ship genarators the
electromagnetic
field which spreads around the ship
• Then this electromagnetic waves bends the light rays and
also sound waves which make the ship invisible
• Due to the bending of waves these waves are refracted .
• Because of this only the ship does not visible to any RADAR
OR LANDMINES
• The experiment is very successful after turn on the
generators, the ship is invisible to radars and land mines.
• Actually the ship should visible to humans but the radars
can not locate it.
• But the main fact is the ship is effected to teleportation
• This ship which is in PHILADELPHI teleported to norfalk
which is about 500km away from the PHILADELPHI.
ship ELDRIDGE
Teleportation is the side effect of the experiment
After the completion of fuel in generators the ship
appears at the Philadelphia
 the main drawback is sailors are fused in iron of the ship
And some of the sailors are missed
By seeing all this government of US stopped this experiment
TILL NOW THIS IS INCOMPLETE EXPERIMENT
Conclusion :
The "Theory of Everything" [3] and Grand Unified Theory[4] are closely related to
unified field theory, but differ by not requiring the basis of nature to be fields,
and often by attempting to explain physical constants of nature.
 Earlier attempts based on classical physics are described in the article on classical
unified field theories.

All four of the known fundamental forces are mediated by fields, which in
the Standard Model of particle physics result from exchange of gauge bosons.
Specifically the four fundamental interactions to be unified are:
Strong interaction: the interaction responsible for holding quarks together to
form hadrons, and holding neutrons and also protons together to form atomic
nuclei. The exchange particle that mediates this force is the gluon.
Electromagnetic interaction: the familiar interaction that acts on
electrically charged particles. The photon is the exchange particle for this
force.
Weak interaction: a short-range interaction responsible for some forms
of radioactivity, that acts on electrons, neutrinos, and quarks. It is
mediated by the W and Z bosons.
Gravitational interaction: a long-range attractive interaction that acts
on all particles. The postulated exchange particle has been named
the graviton.
Modern unified field theory attempts to bring these four interactions
together into a single framework
I HOPE OUR GENERATION WILL SOLVE THIS MYSTERIUS QUESTION IN
PHYSICS
ANY QUESTIONS ?
BY
CH.REVATHI PRASANNA LAKSHMI
16MQ1A0407
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Presentation 3 1 1

  • 3. iIntroduction : This unified field theory is introduced by Albert Einstein Fundamental Interaction : forces are not transmitted directly between interacting objects, but instead are described and interrupted by intermediary entities called fields. He attempted to unify his general theory of relativity with electromagnetism. General relativity (GR, also known as the general theory of relativity or GTR) is the geometric theory of gravitation published by Albert Einstein in 1915 . It now broadly denotes the goal of describing all elementary particles and fundamental forces in terms of a single field .General relativity : These equations specify how the geometry of space and time is influenced by whatever matter and radiation are present, and form the core of Einstein's general theory of relativity.
  • 4. . The Einstein field equations are nonlinear and very difficult to solve  In line with contemporary thinking, he assumed a static universe, adding a new parameter to his original field equations—the cosmological constant  By 1929, however, the work of Hubble and others had shown that our universe is expanding In 1917, Einstein applied his theory to the universe as a whole, initiating the field of relativistic cosmology.
  • 5. Now we can calculate either gravitational force or Electromagnetic force in a particular place at a particular time  But in unified field theory says that all forces should be calculated at the same time and also at the same place
  • 6. Electromagnetism : In 1820 Hans Christian Ørsted discovered that electric currents exerted forces on magnet . While in 1831, Michael Faraday made the observation that time-varying magnetic fields could induce electric currents .  Until then, electricity and magnetism had been thought of as unrelated phenomena.  In 1864, Maxwell published his famous paper on dynamical theory of the electromagnetic field. This was the first example of a theory that was able to encompass previously separate field theories (namely electricity and magnetism) to provide a unifying theory of electromagnetism The electromagnetic force is one of the four known fundamental forces
  • 7. Experiment : • As discussed earlier if we are success in calculating different forces in same place at a time then it can lead to outlandish results like Time travel Teleportation Never ending source of Green Energy Change the nature of space time  Based on that theory experiment is conducted under the guidelines of John von Neumann ,Albert Einstein and Nikola Tesla.
  • 8. • This experiment was started at 1943 in PHILADELPHIA and the name of the experiment is PHILADELPHIA EXPERIMENT • During the second world war II this experiment is conducted. • The main aim of this experiment is to make the ship INVISIBLE. • This is useful to hide the ship from RADAR OF ENEMY SHIPS and LAND MINES • Using the NIKOLA TESLA GENERATORS They are placed in ships
  • 9. .These generators placed in the ship genarators the electromagnetic field which spreads around the ship • Then this electromagnetic waves bends the light rays and also sound waves which make the ship invisible • Due to the bending of waves these waves are refracted . • Because of this only the ship does not visible to any RADAR OR LANDMINES
  • 10. • The experiment is very successful after turn on the generators, the ship is invisible to radars and land mines. • Actually the ship should visible to humans but the radars can not locate it. • But the main fact is the ship is effected to teleportation • This ship which is in PHILADELPHI teleported to norfalk which is about 500km away from the PHILADELPHI.
  • 11. ship ELDRIDGE Teleportation is the side effect of the experiment
  • 12. After the completion of fuel in generators the ship appears at the Philadelphia  the main drawback is sailors are fused in iron of the ship And some of the sailors are missed By seeing all this government of US stopped this experiment TILL NOW THIS IS INCOMPLETE EXPERIMENT
  • 13. Conclusion : The "Theory of Everything" [3] and Grand Unified Theory[4] are closely related to unified field theory, but differ by not requiring the basis of nature to be fields, and often by attempting to explain physical constants of nature.  Earlier attempts based on classical physics are described in the article on classical unified field theories.  All four of the known fundamental forces are mediated by fields, which in the Standard Model of particle physics result from exchange of gauge bosons. Specifically the four fundamental interactions to be unified are: Strong interaction: the interaction responsible for holding quarks together to form hadrons, and holding neutrons and also protons together to form atomic nuclei. The exchange particle that mediates this force is the gluon.
  • 14. Electromagnetic interaction: the familiar interaction that acts on electrically charged particles. The photon is the exchange particle for this force. Weak interaction: a short-range interaction responsible for some forms of radioactivity, that acts on electrons, neutrinos, and quarks. It is mediated by the W and Z bosons. Gravitational interaction: a long-range attractive interaction that acts on all particles. The postulated exchange particle has been named the graviton. Modern unified field theory attempts to bring these four interactions together into a single framework I HOPE OUR GENERATION WILL SOLVE THIS MYSTERIUS QUESTION IN PHYSICS
  • 15. ANY QUESTIONS ? BY CH.REVATHI PRASANNA LAKSHMI 16MQ1A0407